Sometimes walking past a cafe can be a temptation too far. I like the coffee tick, free wi Fi (I can do some blog work) tick, hungry, tick. Look in the door, quiet, tick.
The humble wrap can be as dull as ditchwater or be as bright and cheerful as sunny Autumn day. A lot of this is dependent on ingredients or the freshness of the bread. In all honesty I was expecting the former, having not had great experiences and often shying away from such a lunch time bread option. In fact I got the latter.
The Loco Lounge in Kings Heath is the kind of friendly neighbourhood place that all areas need to provide a hungry community food all day. Mixing it with cocktails, decent tapas and a superb veggie breakfast it ticks a lot of boxes, good for children, good for coffee and good all round. Whilst dishes sometimes miss the beat slightly (usually dependent on how busy the place is, and it can get busy!) most of the time they are just fine.
The Halloumi wrap with Red Cabbage, Carrot, Spring Onion, Corriander and Harissa Yogurt for£5.50 was good, nicely cooked Halloumi, a sprinkling of crunchy red cabbage, carrot and spring onion and mixed with spray of Corriander and the cooling Harissa Yogurt made for a filling and delicious wrap. Is Halloumi one of the foodie wonders of the world?
Well worth exploring for lunch.
You can add fries for £1.45.
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Disclaimer: I paid for my own wrap. My post is honest as always.
Veggie breakfast at Loco Lounge.
My review of the veggie breakfast.
You can find Loco Lounge on Kings Heath High Street.
2 thoughts on “Veggie dish of the day: Halloumi Wrap @ Loco Lounge, Kings Heath. ”
It would be the perfect place to sit with your laptop if only there was a decent supply of plug sockets! (It’s much better upstairs). I also like that they take account of dietary requirements as a natural part of their service rather than making one feel uncomfortable.
Yes, it’s good that they take into consideration dietary needs. It’s one of the few places that do it as you say as a given. I agree about the work plug sockets, but on this occasion I didn’t need them as I was hand writing and using my mobile.